|17 Jul 2012||#5|
If it's a static IP your ISP gives you then it's no go.
If it's dynamic and the DHCP server assigns you it then turning your router on and off won't necessarily change your IP address. IP addresses from the DHCP server have a lease period. If you connect to the Internet before the lease runs out then you renew the lease and keep the address. You can view the lease period with ipconfig /all in cmd.
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